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Synonyms for ascertainable

capable of being ascertained or found out


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In principle, therefore, a class need not be ascertainable to
Parties shall file a supplemental notice as related cases become known or reasonably ascertainable.
The court held that the Naify trust had failed to prove that the estimated amount of the claim against the estate for California income tax was ascertainable with reasonable certainty.
Answers can't follow from any simple set of scientifically ascertainable facts, but they can be debated in rational ways.
In an effort to ease the burden placed on estate administration by the new "must be paid" rule, three exceptions were created for personal representatives under the final regulations: 1) reasonably ascertainable amounts, 2) claims in the aggregate totaling $500,000 or less, and 3) claims and counterclaims related to assets of the estate.
They found that direct material costs were easily ascertainable and named the material and labour costs of an item "prime cost".
The stability of the property's revenue streams can be further enhanced through the execution of a number of ascertainable value-add strategies.
Employees may not take from their employer information not generally known to the public, not readily ascertainable by the public, and which the employer has made reasonable attempts to keep secret.
The court observed that in Kansas, a cause of action accrues when an injury is reasonably ascertainable, even if a patient does not suspect negligence as a cause.
1) The settlor has empowered the trustee to make discretionary distributions from the trust to the beneficiary herself without any limitation, such as an ascertainable standard.
Coroner Philip Walters returned an open verdict as there was no ascertainable cause of death.
The value of the gross estate shall include the value of all property to the extent of any interest therein of which the decedent has at any time made a transfer (except in the case of a bona fide sale for an adequate and full consideration in money or money's worth), by trust or otherwise, under which he has retained for his life or for any period not ascertainable without reference to his death or for any period which does not in fact end before his death--
commonly known or reasonably ascertainable information;
These positions are two: (1) the good is not objectively ascertainable (no "ought" can be derived from an "is") and (2) the obvious, and the only rational, end of human activity is the happiness (earthly pleasantness and comfort) of the individual.
According to the NCCUSL, the law classifies as "trade secrets" company information "of commercial value" that "is not generally known to others and is not readily ascertainable by proper means.